Hunter Hughes has been named Senior Director of Technology at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. In his new role, Hughes will be responsible for the oversight of all technology for the Museum, serving the tech needs of more than 350 employees and more than one million annual visitors in over 400,000 square feet of space.
Hughes most recently served as Vice President of Technology for the Space Needle in Seattle. Prior to that, he worked for the Museum of Flight as IT director, the NCR Corporation as special projects director, and Diamedic.NET, LLC, where he was Director of Information and Technology Services. Hughes holds a degree in Computer Science from Georgia State University.
Hughes will report to Sharon Brawner, the museum’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
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